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About the Australia

Australia is a country in Oceania. Canberra is the capital and Sydney, Brisbane, Queensland, Melbourne and Perth are the known places for global finance and culture.

  •   Currency: Australian Dollar (INR 51.62)
  •   Climate: -5 degree to 30 degree Celsius
  •   Official language: English
  •   Distance: 8915 km
  •   Time difference: Australia is 5:30 hours ahead of India


  •   The Education Services for Overseas Students Act was introduced in 2000 and is designed to protect standards for international students studying in Australia. Australian qualifications are recognized by employers and leading educational institutions in many countries around the world. Moreover, most courses and training undertaken by international students in Australia are covered by Australian Qualification Framework (AQF). It is a system of learning which is authorized by the Australian government.
  •   There are 7 universities which are featured in the top 100 QS World University Ranking. Studying in these universities, you will receive quality education and skills helping to take your career forward.
  •   There’s no need to worry if you’re looking to study in Australia and you don’t meet the academic requirements. Many institutions will offer foundation studies – one-year preparatory courses designed to provide the skills and qualifications needed to continue higher education in Australia.
  •   Most student visas will permit you to work up to 40 hours per fortnight while your course is in session, and unlimited hours during course breaks. Not only can you work to help cover your costs while studying in Australia but you can gain contacts and spend some of your earnings checking out some of the great destinations the country has to offer. Another great thing is that you can get a permit at the end of your degree program and work for 18 months to 2 years in the country under a special “work permit” that is alongside your student visa.
  •   Employees working in Australia, including international students, have some basic rights at work such as minimum wage, challenge of unfair dismissal from the job, breaks and a healthy and safe work environment.
  •   If you are thinking about applying for permanent residency in Australia once your studies are over, living and studying in a regional area will give you a distinct advantage. Study in a regional area will grant you five extra points in the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s points test for skilled migration visa applications.
  •   Australia is a land of personal freedom and equal opportunity. It doesn’t matter what country, culture or religion you come from, or how rich you are. You’ll be free to be yourself, prove what you can do, and take your life where you want it to go.
  •   Australia is renowned for degrees in Accounting, Health Care, Information Technology, Education and Hotel Management which opens large number of job opportunities for many graduates.